Is it safe to have Roselle during pregnancy?

Yes, that's ok

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Are there any benefits associated with having roselle during pregnancy?

Roselle - also known as 

Hibiscus sabdariffa, rosella fruit, Belchanda, Tengamora, Amile,
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Are there any benefits associated with having roselle during pregnancy

Roselle is a species of hibiscus, native to west Africa. It’s leaves, flowers and fruits are used for various purposes. In parts of India, the leaves are used to make pickles and flavor curries. The flower is used in folk medicine as a laxative and diuretic.
For pregnant women, roselle is a good addition to the diet as it is rich in iron and folate. These nutrients are essential for prenatal development.
However, since the fruit is mainly grown and eaten in south-Asian and African countries, it is possible that some women may not adapt to it as well. It is recommended that you consult with your doctor before including roselle in your pregnancy diet.

Good source of
Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Riboflavin, Sodium, Thiamin, Vitamin A, Vitamin C,
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